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Neuroscience News

29 Jan 2015 - Neuroscience researchers believe in quitting smoking gradually

The immediate reaction in the brain after quitting smoking has been the focus of a recent study. At just 12 hours after kicking the habit, the oxygen uptake and blood flow in the brain decrease significantly compared to never-smokers. This could explain why it is so difficult to say goodbye to nicotine once and for all, the researchers say.

28 Jan 2015 - Gene linked to long life also protects against mental decline in old age

Discovery gives scientists hope of developing a therapy that could slowdown the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

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13 Jan 2015 - BNA2015: Speed Dating for Careers in Science Event!

The BNA2015 Festival of Neuroscience in April in Edinburgh will host a 'Speed Dating for Careers in Science' event for students!

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